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I pledge allegiance…. To the flag…. Of the United States of America…. And to the Republic…. For which it stands…. One Nation. Indivisible…. With Liberty…. And Justice for all…. So what’s missing?. “Under God”. Fact. The Pledge of Allegiance was written by Francis Bellamy

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The Pledge of Allegiance was written by Francis Bellamy

  • A socialist…
  • so that we could pledge to something or someone
The pledge was written for the discovery of our country for the 400 celebration of Christopher Columbus
the term under god was added in 1954 by dwight d eisenhower a former jehovah s witness
The term “under God” was added in 1954By Dwight D. EisenhowerA Former Jehovah’s Witness
The original pledge was to have the word equality in it but they wouldn’t because of women and African Americans
  • Should the pledge have been changed so many times?
  • Was there really that much wrong with it?

It refers to the existence of a deity, who is omnipotent and omniscient.

It refers to a male deity, as female deities are referred to as Goddesses and are not taken into consideration in the Pledge.

It doesn’t support my feministic ways

It also gives the indication that majority of the Americans believe in the existence of a God, who interfered with the events occurring on Earth, thereby guiding America in the direction He wishes.

Further, the phrase refers to monotheism, indicating the presence of a single deity ruling over America.

Its stupid

Because I don’t believe in god

It sounds funny

welcome to america

Welcome to America

Land Of the Free

And home of the Brave


I Pledge Allegiance to the FlagOf the United States of America And to the Republic for which it standsOne nation, under God, indivisibleWith Liberty and Justice for all